Best Friends is a founding member of a coalition of national organizations to provide grants and other support to combat the spay/neuter surgery backlog from COVID-19.
CEO Julie Castle talked with Best Friends lifesaving team members around the country about a new animal sheltering model that puts individual communities at the center of saving lives.
In a world fueled by endless streams of social media content, dogs and cats continue to be the X factor in our daily lives.
Best Friends Super Adoptions are going virtual to connect people with adoptable pets all over the country during the Find Love Online event, May 27-31.
Achieving no-kill for dogs and cats nationwide requires all of us to imagine what could be for pets in our communities and to work together to make it a reality.
Best Friends programs that send expert staff to support animal shelters in need share a few similarities with popular reality TV shows, along with some warm, fuzzy and four-legged differences.
Best Friends staff around the country are helping to bring pets and people together and save lives, while reminding everyone that working from home is more fun when you have animals in the house.
A Best Friends virtual town hall on COVID-19’s impact on shelters reveals the evolution of animal sheltering and services nationwide, and shows why the welfare of pets and people are interconnected.
The new Best Friends Podcast launched this month as the coronavirus pandemic turned up the heat on the animal sheltering world.
Shelter leaders and elected officials in Harris County, Texas, just made history by declaring TNR the preferred model for managing community cats, thanks to a pilot program and collaborative relationship with Best Friends.